San Cassiano Ski Holidays
The awe-inspiring peaks of the dramatically jagged Dolomites are unlike anywhere else you’ll have seen. With breathtaking scenery, some incredible ski terrain and plenty of pretty mountain villages, there are so many reasons to visit the Dolomites. And that’s without mentioning the mouth-watering cuisine and hospitality that’s second to none. You can’t get much closer to ski paradise.
Explore the slopes
With the local 130km Alta Badia ski area on its doorstep, beginners based in San Cassiano may find no need to explore the wider Dolomiti Superski area. But for mile-hungry skiers and riders, you’ll have access to 529km of varied pistes, including the world-famous 40km Sella Ronda circuit and the epic 12km Marmolada descent, the longest slope in the Dolomites.
Enjoy the resort
Of all the villages in the Dolomiti Superski area, San Cassiano is perhaps the prettiest and the most tranquil. Being so close to the Austrian border, you can expect a wonderful blend of picturesque Tyrolean charm and that famously friendly Italian welcome. Sitting at an altitude of 1,537m, the local Alta Badia slopes are within easy reach, and a wealth of beautiful accommodation and fabulous dining awaits.
Where to stay
San Cassiano is home to several luxurious properties, all with excellent facilities. Choose a hotel in an elevated location overlooking over the village or in the heart of this picture-perfect resort.
- Important information
Ski Area Dolomiti Superski: 529km Ski Range 1540-3269m Blue Runs 41% Red Runs 48% Black Runs 11% Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season On-season On-season On-season On-season Off-season Off-season
- Distance from airports
Innsbruck 2hrs Venice Marco Polo 2hrs40mins Verona 3hrs